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Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk names Jason Patlis president/CEO

Jason Patlis, who officially joins the aquarium Nov. 4, is executive director of Marine Conservation Programs for the Wildlife Conservation Society in the Bronx.

Maritime Aquarium joining national coalition to improve STEM training

The aquarium is joining 40 others in the ranks of 100Kin10, a national organization dedicated to solving the STEM teacher shortage by 2021.

SeaQuest ‘interactive aquarium’ coming to Trumbull with plenty of creatures (and...

“SeaQuest has an abysmal record of violating laws and regulations,” says Debbie Leahy, manager, captive wildlife protection at the Humane Society of the United States.

Maureen Hanley out as president and CEO of Maritime Aquarium after...

No reason was given for the move, which took place on Feb. 11 but has only now come to light.

Maureen Hanley is new Maritime Aquarium president/CEO

The Easton resident is the eighth president – and third woman to hold the position – in the 30-year history of the aquarium. She replaces Dr. Brian Davis, who left in May.

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk seeks continued growth after 30 years

Annual attendance of nearly 500,000 results in an annual economic impact of $25 million on the city and $42 million on the state through visitor spending and execution of its $12.3 million budget.

Brian Davis to step down as Maritime Aquarium chief

Davis joined the aquarium in December 2014, having previously served as vice president of education and training at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta.

Newman’s Own at 35: Still keeping it fresh

Newman’s Own today offers over 300 products for sale, with 100 percent of its profits going to charities around the world. To date, more than $495 million has been donated to charitable organizations.

New marketing director at Maritime Aquarium

Former Media Storm managing director joins the staff of the Norwalk nonprofit.

Community banks aid nonprofits fighting for survival

Shrinking donations and increased competition have left the county's nearly 6,000 nonprofits scrambling.